I was using 9.0.0-SNAPSHOT in my maven project, actually I see that the version 9.0.0-SNAPSHOT is not present in the repository. Should I have to use 6.0.8, that is the last stable?
Actually, it should be available.
Nexus Repository Manager - snap-core
Here it is just displayed with the date from yesterday. But this is what you should get with using SNAPSHOT.
Maybe the server had some issues?
I noticed that the search wasn’t working on the nexus page. I was only able to browse.
@FlorianD Maybe you can check the nexus repository.
I am using this repository, with 9.0.0.-SNAPSHOT does not work, with 7.0.0-SNAPSHOT work properly. Is my repository uncorrect?
Thanks and regards
<repositories> <repository> <id>snap-repo-public</id> <name>Public Maven Repository for SNAP</name> <url>http://nexus.senbox.net/nexus/content/repositories/public/</url> <releases> <enabled>true</enabled> <checksumPolicy>warn</checksumPolicy> </releases> <snapshots> <enabled>true</enabled> <checksumPolicy>warn</checksumPolicy> </snapshots> </repository> </repositories>
yes, the repository have to change.
<id>snap-repo-public</id> <name>Public Maven Snapshot Repository for SNAP</name> <url>https://snap-build-server.tilaa.cloud/nexus/repository/snap-maven-snapshot/</url>
@marpet I think it’s works with more criteria to limit the search.
Yes, this is outdated. We switched ~2 years ago.
The new is in the pom.xml of snap-engine for example.